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Biffy Clyro

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Novotel

4* Novotel Glasgow Centre Hotel + VIP ticket package

  • Official VIP Tickets
  • Overnight stay at the 4* Novotel Glasgow Centre Hotel on the night of the event in a double room (twins on request)
  • Breakfast included
  • 15% discount on food and beverage at the hotel
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Jurys

4* Jurys Inn Glasgow Hotel + VIP ticket package

  • Official VIP Tickets
  • Overnight stay at the 4* Jurys Inn Glasgow Hotel on the night of the event in a double room (twins on request) 
  • Breakfast included
  • 10% off on all food at the hotel
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Ibis GCC

3* Ibis Glasgow City Centre + ticket package

  • Official Standing Tickets
  • Overnight stay at the 3* Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre West hotel  on the night of the event in a double room (twin if previously requested) with breakfast included
  • Welcome drink on arrival
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Ibis GCW

3* Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre West + ticket package

  • Official Standing Tickets
  • Overnight stay at the 3* Ibis Styles Glasgow Centre West hotel  on the night of the event in a double room (twin if previously requested) with breakfast included
  • Welcome drink on arrival
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3* Ibis Styles Glasgow George Square + ticket package

  • Official Standing Tickets
  • Overnight stay at the 3* Ibis Styles Glasgow George Square Hotel  on the night of the event in a double room (twins on request) with breakfast included
  • Welcome drink on arrival
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About

Chart-topping Glaswegian rockers

Get the album A Celebration Of Endings here

Scottish alternative rock trio Biffy Clyro began life when Simon Neil and twin brothers James and Ben Johnston first formed a band in Kilmarnock in 1995. The trio started writing songs and rehearsing together as teenagers before moving to Glasgow to attend college in 1997. It was there, under the name Skrewfish, that they cut their teeth in renowned local haunts such as the Cavern Bar, Nice n Sleazy and King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut.

The Johnston brothers were enrolled in a sound production course at Stow College, which they put to good use in the making of their 2000 EP thekidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow, released through the school’s Electric Honey student label. This collection featured the tracks Justboy and 57, which would later reappear on the band’s 2002 debut album Blackened Sky.

It took Biffy Clyro several years of perseverance – as well as two more records (2003’s The Vertigo Of Bliss and 2004’s Infinity Land) – before they broke through in 2007 with their deeply personal fourth album Puzzle. Their newfound popularity was cemented with the number two spot on the UK official albums chart during the first week of release and the album has since sold over 340,000 copies in the country. Puzzle featured the notable hits Semi-Mental, Saturday Superhouse, Folding Stars and Machines, and led to coveted support spots with Muse, The Who and the Red Hot Chili Peppers as well as slots at Glastonbury, Download and Reading & Leeds festivals that summer.

Biffy Clyro's international breakthrough came with their next record, 2009's massively anthemic Only Revolutions. The album reached number three in the UK albums chart en route to bagging the band a Mercury prize nomination. With their sixth album Opposites in 2013, the band signalled a move towards a more ambitious sound, blending elements of prog-rock with the guitar-fuelled hooks of their earlier records. Off the back of the single Black Chandelier, the album became the band's first ever UK number one.

Following this success, Biffy Clyro headed to Los Angeles to record their seventh album with producer Rich Costey (Death Cab For Cutie, Muse, Interpol). Ellipsis arrived in 2016 to further critical and commercial success, marking a return to the festival-ready anthems of Only Revolutions.

In 2017, the band recorded a live, stripped-back set, released in 2018 as MTV Unplugged: Live At Roundhouse, London. This was followed by their soundtrack for Jamie Adams' film Balance, Not Symmetry.

Their ninth album, A Celebration Of Endings – also recorded with Rich Costey – came out in August 2020 and the band performed a livestream show from Glasgow the next day, playing the tracklist in full. Later that month, they released the single SPACE.

Biffy Clyro revealed details of a huge outdoor show on Glasgow Green with support from Yungblud, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Porridge Radio for 9 September 2021, in advance of their Fingers Crossed Tour, a string of intimate shows set for late autumn 2021.

Biffy Clyro also announced special performances at Dreamland Margate on 25 August 2021 and Alexandra Head in Cardiff on 16 September 2021 . Plus, the band were confirmed as headliners for Download 2022.

News

Biffy Clyro to play Dreamland Margate this month

Biffy Clyro to play Dreamland Margate this month

The Scottish rock titans are bringing their stellar new record A Celebration Of Endings to Margate on 25 August 2021. Tickets go on sale from 09:00 on Friday 13 August 2021.

Biffy Clyro to play outdoor show in Wales

Biffy Clyro to play outdoor show in Wales

The Scottish alt-rockers are heading to Alexandra Head in the heart of Cardiff Bay for a special performance with special guests Funeral For A Friend and Those Damn Crows on 16 September 2021.

Biffy Clyro announce new date & venue for Glasgow show

Biffy Clyro announce new date & venue for Glasgow show

The band are now performing on Glasgow Green on 9 September 2021 with support from Yungblud, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Porridge Radio. Original tickets remain valid for the rescheduled date.

FAQS

Biffy Clyro are playing some huge outdoor shows at Dreamland Margate on 25 August 2021, on Glasgow Green on 9 September 2021 and at Alexandra Head in Cardiff on 16 September 2021. The Fingers Crossed Tour is set for 29 October – 4 November 2021. They've also been announced as headliners for Download 2022.

In support of their new album A Celebration Of Endings, Biffy Clyro will perform huge shows at Dreamland Margate, Glasgow Green and Cardiff's Alexandra Head, followed by a series of six intimate shows on The Fingers Crossed Tour at these venues:

  • Liverpool University Mountford Hall
  • Corn Exchange, Cambridge
  • O2 Academy Sheffield
  • O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
  • O2 Guildhall Southampton
  • O2 Academy Bristol

Support for the Glasgow Green show comes from Yungblud, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes and Porridge Radio. Support for the Alexandra Head, Cardiff show comes from Funeral For A Friend and Those Damn Crows.

VIP tickets include the following:

  • Access to a secluded VIP Garden away from the main arena
  • VIP Bar and food area
  • Seated area
  • Upgraded flushing toilets
  • VIP Garden DJ sets in between acts
    *Please note: The VIP Garden does not have views of the main stage

Biffy Clyro is playing Glasgow Green on Thursday 9 September 2021, with gates opening at 16:00.

Tickets for all of Biffy Clyro's other 2021 UK tour dates are on sale now.